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Experience our Region

Your Visit. Your Memories.

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Window on the Wetlands Centre Warren

The Window on the Wetlands (WOW) Centre is a community-run education, recreation and cultural centre and the gateway to the wetlands of the region, including Tiger Bay Wetlands next door and the Macquarie Marshes/Maliyanga ngurra, 120km north of Warren NSW. The Centre was established by RiverSmart in 2015. We also host Warren Shire Council’s Visitor Information Centre located in the schoolhouse building.

We’re on Ngiyampaa Wayilwan Country, rich in history and culture. The river and wetlands of the area are important to Wayilwan people and their culture.

Callubri Station

Callubri Station is a luxury outback station stay set in the heart of the red dirt of western plains of NSW. Located less than a 1.5hr private flight from Sydney, it is Australia’s most accessible outback farmstay. Disconnect from the everyday hustle of city life and discover the untamed beauty of the Australian outback.
Hosted personally by owners Angie and Mike Armstrong and their dedicated staff team, every stay is tailored. Explore the rich tapestry of 145 years of family farming with fourth generation farmer Mike on a farm tour. Gain a first hand glimpse into day-to-day life on a working sheep station. Farewell the day with canapes and sundowners on The Lookout- a luxury outback experience indeed!

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Burrima Boardwalk @ Maliyanga ngurra/Macquarie Marshes

Experience the iconic Macquarie Marshes from the elevated position of the ‘Burrima’ boardwalk, located on a private property on the western edge of the Northern Nature Reserve. Managed with the aim of restoring and conserving wetland and floodplain habitat, ‘Burrima’ offers visitor access to the Macquarie Marshes via registration of interest. 
The boardwalk meanders its way for 2 km through River Red Gum forest, mixed marsh and dense reeds, providing an immersive experience of the Macquarie Marshes wetland. At the top of the observation tower, you’ll gaze across the Northern Marsh reed beds, part of the largest reed bed in southern Australia. Gain a snapshot of the main vegetation communities of the Marshes and an insight into the combined effects of river flow regimes and land and water management practices on the wetland ecosystem.

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